A circulating enzyme used as a marker of tissue damage.
|11 (FL) - Plain Fluid
|Some GI abnormalities, such as pancreatitis, perforated peptic ulcers and necrotic bowel, may allow pancreatic secretions to enter the peritoneal cavity. Peritoneal fluid can find its way into a pleural space, and therefore pancreatitis may present with pleural effusion.
Day Case: 24 Hours
In-Patient: 24 Hours
|Blood Sciences Cross Site
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|Minimum volume: 500µl fluid
Instructions for Lab Staff: Standard lab processing- No special requirements
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